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L 4-5 bilateral microdicetomy

lilbit78llilbit78 Posts: 1
edited 11/21/2014 - 6:14 AM in Lower Back Pain
Hello, I am a 36 year old female, I live in Florida, and i am a landscaper. Ive been cutting grass since 1998. Wow 16 years. Back in 2008 i had a C 6-7 plate and fusion. For me that surgery wasnt that bad. The pain got better for about 2 years. I went to my family doctor for pain and weakness in my right arm. Almost like it started all over again. So i started going back to pain management. They started with the meds., next cortisone shots, they worked for one week, thats it. About six months ago i slipped while it was raing and fell right on my a$$.And boy did it hurt. I figured since i already had the meds i could deal with it. Well not even 2 weeks later i fell off a ladder right on my guess what you know where. So went back to pain management he did an MRI it showed a severe herniation at L4-5. My next step was a Neurosurgeon. I met with ohim.Mon nv. 18th 2014. He told me i would need a bilateral, microdicetomy.He sent
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